Crandall announces new Director of Athletics and Recreation

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Crandall announces new Director of Athletics and Recreation

After an extensive internal and external review of varsity athletics, as well as a wide personnel search for the person to bring Charger Athletics to the next level, Crandall University is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Teah Bailey as Director of Athletics and Recreation. Coach Teah brings a rich diversity to his new […]

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Crandall Athletes receive awards at ACAA Championships

The ACAA Basketball Championships were held this past weekend at Mount Allison University. As a part of the weekend events, athletes were recognized at the ACAA Banquet on Friday night. Congratulations to the following Charger athletes for being recognized for their outstanding season: PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Thomarcus Nix ALL-CANADIAN PLAYER: Thomarcus Nix MEN’S 1ST […]

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$500,000 in New Scholarship & Bursaries Announced

Crandall University is excited to announce more than $500,000 in new student scholarships and bursaries. These new awards will recognize student achievement as well as provide additional support for students who may need financial assistance to access the programs at Crandall University. For the first time in the University’s history, incoming students are able to […]

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Crandall Faculty Awards Announced

Crandall University annually honors four faculty members for excellence in teaching, service, and research. The Stephen & Ella Steeves Awards provide the opportunity to celebrate our faculty’s contributions in their respective fields and to the university’s mission. For Excellence in Teaching, Dr. Christopher Buschhaus (Biology) and Jennifer Maillet (English) were this year’s recipients. Dr. Keith […]

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Local Churches Support Students Following Ice Storm

Crandall University would like to say a BIG thank you to the local churches who supported the university through the aftermath of the February ice storm. Due to the intensity of the storm, Crandall’s residences experienced a week-long power outage, having all Mitton Court students facing loss of most, if not all, of their food. […]

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Faculty of Business Awards Scholarship in Ethics

The Crandall University Faculty of Business Administration today announced the recipient of the $4,500 Gord and Marlene (Steeves) Read Scholarship in Business Ethics as Nathaniel Burlock of Woodstock, NB.  As a fourth year student double-majoring in Marketing and Management, Nathaniel distinguished himself both academically and within the University community, most recently as President of the […]

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24hrCrandall Event a Success

This week Crandall welcomed 20 prospective students to their annual Campus Visit Day. 24hrCrandall provided the opportunity for these students to integrate themselves into the current Crandall student body by exploring campus, sleeping over in residence, participating in chapel and attending class. Following the event, all students had the opportunity to meet with the Registrar’s […]

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President Fawcett Named to Cabinet of Canadians

Former Ambassador Dr. Andrew Bennett, Chair of the Cabinet of Canadians, recently announced the names of “40 distinguished individuals who will help affirm the central role faith has played in Canada’s history and continues to play today”.  Dr. Fawcett joins leaders from a variety of faith traditions including retired World Vision CEO David Toycen, former […]

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Crandall welcomes new Sociology Professor

Crandall University welcomes a new Sociology professor, Adam Stewart, to its faculty. Dr. Stewart is originally from Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, but comes to Crandall from Ontario where he has lived for the past seventeen years and taught sociology and religious studies at the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University. His PhD thesis at the […]

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Women’s Basketball Coach Wins National Music Award

Teah Bailey, Crandall’s Women’s Basketball Coach, has recently received the Gospel Music Association of Canada’s Rap Album of the Year Award in Edmonton, Alberta. Teah, AKA One8Tea, is a Christian Hiphop artist based in Moncton, NB. His album Reverence has also been nominated for the 2017 East Coast Music Awards Gospel Recording of the Year […]

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